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    Posted: 02 April 2024 at 6:00pm
Cześć. Poszukuję pomysłu i planów na głośnik średnio-topowy, efektywny głośnik tubowy 2x10" + przetwornik HF. Chcę go wykonać z cienkiej sklejki 12mm ze wzmocnieniami, aby mogła go przenosić jedna osoba (obecnie mam deska 18mm i ciężarek 40kg, czyli tragedia)
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Best is to use English on this forum, you will get more response when doing so.
You could use a translator if you find it difficult.

-What is your budget?
-I assume small size due to the weight constraint.
-Dispersion?
-How low do you want to go? 60Hz? 80Hz? 100Hz? etc.
-How good are you at woodworking? A more complex build could be difficult if you do not have the skills or equipment.
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ok, I thought I pasted the text in English :) Processing the material is not a problem - I have a sliding table saw, etc. cost, it's hard to say, I have 4 Beym midrange speakers of the 10" class and a 1.4" transducer (I know, maybe small, I also have a crossover from a horn speaker, measured for your speakers) They will play at 100-120 Hz without any problems, even 140 Hz will be acceptable the size is not so limited that it can be done by one person, someone else can help with the setup. Weight is more important, that's why I'm planning 12mm plywood, because at 100hz there will be no large deflection of the membranes.
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